June 13, 2021: After sunset, look for the thin crescent moon near Mars. The lunar sliver is also to the upper left of the star Pollux.
June 3 – June 8, 2021: Each morning before sunrise, look eastward for the waning crescent moon. Each morning the moon is farther eastward and lower in the sky, while the phase wanes to a thin crescent.
May 15, 2021: Five planets and the crescent moon are visible today. Morning Planets Jupiter and Saturn are in the southeast before sunrise. Brilliant Evening Star Venus, Mercury – on its best evening appearance of the year, Mars, and the crescent moon are in the western sky after sunset.
May 13, 2021: Venus, Mercury, the crescent moon, and Mars are in the western sky after sunset.
April 13, 2021: The crescent moon returns to the western evening sky after sunset. Mars is now above the Bull’s horns in the west after sunset.